[Ebook] Cosmic By Frank Cottrell Boyce – Instaposter.us

Cosmic Liam Has Always Felt A Bit Like He S Stuck Between Two Worlds This Isprimarily Because He S A Twelve Year Old Kid Who Looks Like He S About Thirty Sometimes It S Not So Bad, Like When His New Principal Mistakes Him For A Teacher On The First Day Of School Or When He Convinces A Car Dealer To Let Him Take A Porsche Out On A Test Drive But Mostly It S Just Frustrating, Being A Kid Trapped In An Adult World And So He Decides To Flip Things Around Liam Cons His Way Onto The First Spaceship To Take Civilians Into Space, A Special Flight For A Group Of Kids And An Adult Chaperone, And He Is Going As The Adult Chaperone It S Not Long Before Liam, Along With His Friends, Is Stuck Between Two Worlds Again Only This Time He S 239,000 Miles From Home.Frank Cottrell Boyce, Author Of Millions And Framed, Brings Us A Funny And Touching Story Of The Many Ways In Which Grown Upness Is Truly Wasted On Grown Ups.

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[Ebook] Cosmic  By Frank Cottrell Boyce – Instaposter.us
  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Cosmic
  • Frank Cottrell Boyce
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 0061836834

10 thoughts on “Cosmic

  1. says:

    Close your eyes Lean back Take a breath Now think Think about the books you read when you were a child Think about the ones you loved The ones you still think about sometimes The ones that encouraged you to consider the world around you.Got them in your head Great Now just pluck out for me the ones that took place in outer space Go on I can wait What s that You can t think of any significant children s books that took place in space Would The Little Prince count I guess so, but th Close your eyes Lean back Take a breath Now think Think about the books you read when you were a child Think about the ones you loved The ones you still think about sometimes The ones that encouraged you to consider the world around you.Got them in your head Great Now just pluck out for me the ones that took place in outer space Go on I can wait What s that You can t think of any significant children s books that took place in space Would The Little Prince count I guess so, but that s not really the kind of space I mean I m talking about real space The kind we blasted into in the 1960s and then never returned to Where are the books about kids in space that have remained within ...

  2. says:

    Here s my blog post A few years ago I fell hard for Millions, Frank Cotrell Boyce s first book for children The outlandish situation two boys feverishly spending large amounts of money , the characterizations particularly of the two boys and their father , the subtle handling of the big emotional and theological themes of grief and faith , the laugh out loud humorous moments my favorite being the playground economy , and the remarkable voice of narrator Damian the younger of the two boys Here s my blog post A few years ago I fell hard for Millions, Frank Cotrell Boyce s first book for children The outlandish situation two boys feverishly spending large amounts of money , the characterizations particularly of the two boys and...

  3. says:

    for fiction club, children s books groupWhat a hoot Easy to suspend disbelief despite ridiculous premise Mostly funny, both clever and slapstick Also some tender wise exciting bits So glad I was alerted to this hope to readby the author.

  4. says:

    I ve had this ARC sitting on my shelf for a few months now, and if I d known how much fun it would be and how much I d like it, I would have read it as soon as I got it But it s a new author for me, and the blurb didn t make it sound all that interesting Since this North American edition is due out early next year, I thought I should probably get reading And it turned out to be just what I needed a funny, laugh out loud, wistful and rollicking ride that reminded me at times of Roald Dahl mo I ve had this ARC sitting on my shelf for a few months now, and if I d known how much fun it would be and how much I d like it, I would have read it as soon as I got it But it s a new author for me, and the blurb didn t make it sound all that interesting Since this North American edition is due out early next year, I thought I should probably get reading And it turned out to be just what I needed a funny, laugh out loud, wistful and rollicking ride that reminded me at times of Roald Dahlon that later.Liam is only twelve, but his growth spurt hit early Now taller than most adults and sporting a new batch of stubble, he s mistaken for the new ...

  5. says:

    I think the author was counting on the fact that nerds from different factions don t mix Meaning that reader nerds don t play online games and gamer nerds don t read kids novels Well as an elementary school librarian children s literature is my business and fortunately for me also my passion My husband is a big gamer and I play with him So I guess I qualify as that rare possibly statistically non existent double nerd who both reads children s books and plays an onli...

  6. says:

    I read this book aloud to my nine year old daughter and Cosmic was in parts totally cosmic This was a strange book, the main character is a 12 yo boy who is very tall, has some facial hair and often gets confused as an adult The characters are from a small town called Bootle in England, which is somewhere near Liverpool I believe So I needed to watch a bit of Red Dwarf to practice my Liverpudlian accent before we started The young lad enters a competition with Drax World, a mobile phone co I read this book aloud to my nine year old daughter and Cosmic was in parts totally cosmic This was a strange book, the main character is a 12 yo boy who is very tall, has some facial hair and often gets confused as an adult The characters are from a small town called Bootle in England, which is somewhere near Liverpool I believe So I needed to watch a bit of Red Dwarf to practice my Liverpudlian accent before we started The young lad enters a competition with Drax World, a mobile phone company building a theme park in China He pretends to be the Dad of one of his class mates, a girl who he has a typical 12 yo relationship with Said relationship becomes confused when they realise that acting as her dad ...

  7. says:

    It s a coincidence I began this on the night of the lunar eclipse, or maybe I just have space on the brain Actually, not really It s up to me to note books that get stars from major trade publications, and this book has a whopping SIX Cottrell Bryce owes a lot to Roald Dahl s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and I say this in the best way possible One, they re both British...

  8. says:

    This is a middle grade book, about a boy who is a lot taller than he supposed to be since he s only 12 years old Then he went on a space ride That s all I can say about this book This book is funny, I laughed out loud a few times It s funny when people mistaken him as an adult, and he did some pretty crazy but cool stuff because of this And of course, he did get himself into trouble because of this I think Liam s chara...

  9. says:

    This story is truly cosmic Cottrell really has a great sense of humor and writes in a way that made me laugh out loud The main character Liam is easy to relate to, even if you re not a 12 year old bearded boy Even though it is not likely that ...

  10. says:

    This book was enjoyable enough, but didn t quite make it for me Too much Golly, gee, I have to act like an adult.

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